Rejecting Medicaid Expansion Not a Sensible Option for Florida | Print |
July 2012

Although Florida's elected leaders may have the political option of rejecting Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, actually doing so would cause serious harm to the state and its economy.

Rejecting Medicaid expansion would cost Floridians $20 billion in unused federal dollars and tens of thousands of new jobs, while denying the lowest-income workers and families much-needed coverage.

> Read the report.